The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at North Carolina State University (Raleigh, North Carolina) invites applications for the position of Assistant Teaching Professor or Lecturer in Classical Studies. This is a non-tenure, full-time, one-year renewable position at the rank of Lecturer or Assistant Teaching Professor (depending on the qualifications) in Classical Studies, beginning August 2023. We seek applicants who can demonstrate teaching excellence and ongoing commitment to undergraduate Greek and Latin language instruction and courses in Classical culture and its reception in translation. We especially seek applicants who are interested in developing innovative pedagogical strategies and reimagining the goals and methods of Classical Studies to embrace the needs and concerns of students across a broad range of majors in a large, land-grant state institution.
The strongest candidates will have demonstrated interest and experience in online/digital education and courses in medical terminology, gender, ethnicity and identity, or others listed in our catalog. Candidates should also demonstrate strong commitment to expanding knowledge and awareness of diversity, equity, and inclusion. For the rank of Assistant Teaching Professor, candidates will need a Ph.D. in hand or by date of appointment. Strong candidates with ABD or MA plus teaching experience will be considered for the rank of Lecturer.
Applications should be submitted online at https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/178022. Candidates are required to attach a CV and a cover letter describing their teaching philosophy and methodology, and evidence of teaching, as well as the names and contact information of three professional references (two of whom should be able to speak about the candidate's teaching abilities).
Review of applications will begin on February 28. Initial interviews will be online via Zoom. Further questions can be addressed to the Department Head, Ruth Gross, email@example.com.
CV, cover letter describing teaching philosophy and methodology, evidence of teaching, names and contact information of three professional references (two of whom should be able to speak about the candidate's teaching abilities).
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